lost in imagination

where everything is pretty
Alright, alright, Jesus. Let’s get outta here before they throw you back in.

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Noel Fisher + congratulations on your face

His facial expressions are just the best.

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ftlouis:

swedish is a very beautiful and deep language


Hahaha, well, when you look at it THAT way…

ftlouis:

swedish is a very beautiful and deep language

Hahaha, well, when you look at it THAT way…

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mickeymilk:

30 days of ian and mickey

day six: favourite scene that showed mickey cares

so, i picked this scene for a lot of different reasons, but one of the main ones is that it’s from the first season. i very commonly see people saying things like ‘mickey’s really fallen in love with ian over s3 and s4’, but the truth is, mickey has been a smitten little dork from the very beginning. here, it’s clearly a bad time, he’s already on the defensive when he opens the door, before he even sees who it is.  but as soon as he realises ian needs him, he softens.  he knows ian’s work schedule, which is amazing, and then he agrees to meet him soon.  mickey has always loved ian.  it’s just taken him a while to figure out how best to show it.

This season on Shameless, Ian’s closeted love Mickey went from denying his feelings to eventual acceptance, bringing out the best in his portrayer Noel Fisher. In Sunday’s finale, Mickey’s fear of what his bar-drinking cohorts thought of his sexuality turned from defensive anger to bewilderment at their nonchalant response. “No one gives a s–t who you bang,” bar owner Kevin assured him, eliciting a disarmed expression rarely seen on the young man’s face. But just as things were starting to come together in Mickey’s personal life, Ian fell into a manic depression. When his sister Fiona suggested that Ian might need to be hospitalized, Fisher got to show off an unusually vulnerable and fearful side of his character. “I can take care of him!” he exclaimed desperately. “He’s f—ing family.” Mickey and Ian may have a rocky road ahead of them, but thanks to the depth of emotion Fisher brought to the episode, we have faith in their love.

—tvline.com (via mickeyy-milkovich)